Bill Morrison has dedicated much of his life to discipling students and equipping them to live on mission. His latest project seeks to extend that
The need for well-trained leaders in Southern Baptist churches is increasing, but so is the cost of higher education. SBC seminaries have responded by offering
On July 7, Birmingham will host the opening ceremony of the 11th World Games. From July 7–17, some 3,500 athletes from more than 100 countries
In a politically polarized society where Christians are divided among party lines, Justin Giboney and the AND Campaign represent a movement that believes there is
As college students return to campus this fall, many do not have a local church they call home. In any season of life, finding a
Since the advent of the first social media site — SixDegrees — in 1997, such sites have become a prominent part of most American lives.
In recent years, Christians have struggled to discern how they might best engage with and utilize personality tests. The volume of tests on the internet